Sugarland is known for their genre-bending covers — "Life in a Northern Town," "Irreplaceable" — and on Friday in Minneapolis, they tried out this gorgeous take on one song I’m pretty sure no other mainstream country band would have touched. I think it’s kinda cool. But is it "country"? And does that "matter"? What do you think, Mixers?
Sugarland covers Kings of Leon's 'Sex on Fire'
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